SEOUL, Nov. 29 (Yonhap) -- South Korea plans to issue state bonds worth 6 trillion won (US$5.5 billion) in December, the finance ministry said Thursday.
According to the ministry, the government aims to sell 1.7 trillion won in three-year Treasuries, 1.7 trillion won in five-year debts and 1.5 trillion won worth of 10-year bonds next month.
It also plans to issue 700 billion won worth of bonds that mature in 20 years and another 400 billion won in 30-year bonds.
The ministry said it sold 6.5 trillion won worth of bonds in October.
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